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to $50 billion a year. the obama administration privately said no, we're talking about 6 to $10 billion in sanctions released that the west would be giving up. again, this is a six-month deal during which iran purportedly would only be allowed to enrich uranium to 3.5 percent during those six months, an end state for the iran nuclear program would be negotiated by the powers. >> i'm getting a statement from the white house. i want to bring in judith miller, fox news contributor by phone. >> hi, how are you? >> this is a big deal. if in fact some things hold true, it would look like there has been a deal that involves an initial six-month step which includes significant limits on iran's nuclear program and begins to address the most urgent concerns that the united states and others have had including iran's enrichment capabilities. this is coming directly from the white house. on first blush your reaction. >> i've watched these negotiations go back and forth. i've watched the iranian government profess its desire to be more pragmatic. we've seen an extraordinary set of concessions by the
the news headquarters. president obama reaching out to benjamin netanyahu after the prime minister slammed the iran nuclear deal. earlier iran reached the historical agreement with six world powers, including the u.s. this exchange for curbing its nuclear activities, iran will seek sanctions. the white house is saying it looks guard to consulting with israel on the matter. >>> in the u.s., mother nature not cooperating with holiday travel plans. much of the country getting hit by rain, sleet or snow. at least eight people have died in weather-related accidents. hundreds of flights have already been canceled because of bad weather in the southwest. forecasters are warning it's likely to create a major mess for thanksgiving travelers as that system moves east. >>> i'm marianne rafferty. now back to "fox files." >>> expensive shopping sprees and regardless of the backdrop. first lady assad delved into some research therapy. allegedly mrs. assad spent tens of thousands on gold, chandeliers and furniture. although the authenticity of the e-mails couldn't be verified, in 2012, the european union
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